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Presidential Aspirant Yele Sowore sits "On the Couch with Falz & Laila" | WATCH | BellaNaijaSahara Reporters publisher Yele Sowore is the most recent presidential aspirant to sit “On the Couch with Falz & Laila.”

They discussed everything from his views on birth control to how his absence from the country has affected his presidential aspiration.

Watch the episode below:

8 Comments

  1. TT

    September 24, 2018 at 10:56 am

    Hehehe, whats up. with the autumn vest he is wearing over his shirt.
    Was this not shot in Lagos again?

  2. Phoebe

    September 24, 2018 at 12:06 pm

    The look Falz face though, LOL. “Warris dis one saying sef”

  3. stella

    September 24, 2018 at 1:10 pm

    Love love love.He is a true Nigerian

    • Lala

      September 24, 2018 at 5:46 pm

      Lol! How do you define your true Nigerian?

  4. by_stander

    September 24, 2018 at 4:13 pm

    Falz let his lawyer side get the better of him in this interview. (the thing is deep in their subconscious)

    Anyways this guy made the most sense out of all those interviewed so far. And like he did say he is fundamentally liberal minded.

    His policies can do with a bit of tweaking (especially creating a welfare state – which he will quickly find out at it’s core conflicts with liberalism),

    But being a liberal is definitely being on the right part.

    The only concern left for me is privacy rights – i just dont think he respects or understands privacy rights as a journalists or person with such backgrounds. It would be good for him to provide clarity on that and his understanding moving forward.

    • Lala

      September 24, 2018 at 5:53 pm

      Really?? More than Donald Duke? Please go and revisit Donald Duke’s video.

      I mean I was put off from the very start- “Contraception was invented to control the population of Africans.” If that was not the definition of an unintelligent statement, I don’t know what is. People want to support him because of this his rag to riches story and it does endear one to him but is this what Nigeria needs?
      We are behind on every single measurable index. We should be voting in competence, intelligence and sound policy. Sentiment does us and has done us no good so far. Taba ma sukun, a ma riran

    • by_stander

      September 24, 2018 at 8:10 pm

      Unless i am mistaken is Donald Duke not a lawyer?

      That automatically removes him from any conversation i’m interested in having. So please find me someone that isn’t a Lawyer or Accountant if you want to have a proper conversation about the future of the country.

      On the issue of birth control, apart from the western angle this guy basically said things along the lines of one of my previous posts on here(an article on population control), if you have been keeping up.

      But let me ask you this, who’s birth do you think you want to or can control?

      What gives you a right or authority that makes you believe you can force or coerce anybody into birth control?

      also now that the population is 190+ million, who do you want to kill or stop from having children?

      if you can not answer these questions without infringe on the inalienable rights of human beings, then you don’t yet have a feasible solution cause you are not God.

      i don’t understand why people like you (the previous author included) think a large population is the problem and not a symptom.

      its also the reason why i believe that we need to stop letting non-science fields make laws and policies (which are not based in science) for human beings, since their knowledge of the real world is very very limited.

      just in case you too didn’t know, high population growth is a direct result of instability or uncertainty of prosperity, Which usually happens when you infringe on the inalienable rights of human beings more especially economic freedom and right to earn a living.

      You fix it by stopping the infringement on the inalienable rights of human beings in your N20k minimum wage society!

      The people that benefit change the narrative and feed you distractions for explanation – they come up with stupid unrealistic solutions that will never work in your life time.

      FYI they will go as far as corrupting the school of economics just so that you can believe their bullshit.

      As a nation i think right now we do more harm to ourselves than any western country can do. because using their laws and policies as guild lines, we see how ours have been monopolized to benefit only lawyers and accountants.

      you’re talking about contraception as if our creator made one for you or as if its free and you can pick it up in the bush from a contraceptive tree (probably can sha if you know a bit of pharmaceutical chemistry – i.e make a morning after pill)

      But if you’re being realistic, you will know you need to be able to “buy” or “pay” for good healthcare to make birth control a reasonable discussion.

      In western universities condoms are free, they are also free at the local clinic including morning after pill. Its still your choice, nobody is there to force you.

      but because their civilization is not being held back by lawyers and accountants, they can afford to provide these services for themselves free of charge – they dont need NGO or Money Aid to do it.

      They are able to provide good healthcare so the one or two babies they have, have the best chances of survival on the planet, you dont need 4 to improve the odds.

      They also have economic freedom so that if you decide to sit back and have children you will see your career mates go further and do better than you. it will not be long until everyone associates babies with poverty – and under no circumstance are you allowed to mistreat those babies.

      Again having babies is still your choice – not some idiot creaming birth and population control.

      I dont even know how people can not see with clearity the cause of the problems they face everyday – but i do know one thing we don’t take seriously in Africa is mental illness. A group of mad people can be making rules for sain people to follow and nobody will ask any questions.

  5. Oluwole Victtor

    September 24, 2018 at 4:16 pm

    I like how calm and collected he was. He intelligently answered all their questions and somehow convinced me he’s worth voting for. I wish he would join a bigger political party like PDP or APC so he can at least stand a chance to win.

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